TSS expands with acquisition of four cleanroom service providers

Published: 19-Jan-2023

Technical Safety Services has acquired these cleanroom service providers in part to enable it to move ‘up-stream’ in a facility’s life cycle and now support critical containment infrastructure from the early design phase all the way through to decommissioning

US-based Technical Safety Services (TSS) has recently completed four strategic acquisitions, each of which further enhances the Company’s suite of regulatory testing and certification services for controlled environments within mission-critical biotechnology, pharmaceutical and healthcare settings.

The company has acquired:

  • AIRTEST, a New Hampshire-based provider of testing and certification of cleanrooms and other contamination control technologies.
  • Cornerstone Commissioning, a Massachusetts-based provider of commissioning, qualification, and validation engineering services including biocontainment equipment.
  • Quality Systems Integration, a Massachusetts-based provider of testing and certification services in controlled biotechnology and pharmaceutical environments.
  • Northeast Medical Consulting, an Ohio-based provider of medical gas testing and consulting services.

Brent Hart, CEO of TSS, said: "We are delighted to welcome these businesses to the TSS platform. Each brings significant expertise and dedication to high-quality service, which further enhance TSS’ support for our valued clients across key strategic capabilities and geographies."

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“We have built a deep bench of facility commissioning consultants and are very excited to partner with TSS as our combined capabilities uniquely position us to provide support for our customers across the facility lifecycle,” explained co-founder of Cornerstone Commissioning, Dan Frasier.

With TSS’ current validation, testing and certification, and decommissioning expertise, the combination with Cornerstone is a perfect fit, rounding out its capabilities and allowing TSS to move ‘up-stream’ in a facility’s life cycle and now support critical containment infrastructure from early design phase all the way through to decommissioning.

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